Cohort 10 – Fall 2017

BridgeYear, Houston

BridgeYear connects underserved individuals to high-growth employment and education opportunities through Career Test Drives and timely advising.

ClassTracks, Baltimore

ClassTracks empowers English language learners through an online learning tool that helps them learn key vocabulary more quickly and efficiently.

Cooperate Inc., New York

Cooperate connects underrepresented college grads to each other and to meaningful careers in tech, media, and design.

Fathers Building Futures, Albuquerque

Fathers Building Futures ensures parents and families experiencing barriers from incarceration have opportunities for stability through job skills training and placement, financial education, and wrap-around services.

Gifted Education Foundation, Atlanta

Gifted Education Foundation aims to break generational cycles of poverty by producing marketplace leaders from low-income communities across America.

InReturn Strategies, Kansas City

InReturn Strategies enables businesses to overcome social barriers and employ people with disabilities as easily as they do mainstream populations.

JobSnap Media Inc., Los Angeles

JobSnap Media Inc. is the first web app video interviewing software platform helping Generation Z in underserved communities enter the workforce by telling their story via 30-second videos.

La Cocina VA, Arlington

La Cocina VA generates social and economic change by preparing unemployed immigrants for culinary and entrepreneurial careers.

NewHire®, Chicago

NewHire® helps businesses hire better by providing the candidates, screening tools, and coaching.

CaregiverJobs Now (Formerly ReciproCare), Washington, D.C.

CaregiverJobs Now helps senior care organizations find great caregivers and helps caregivers find great jobs.

The Memo, New York

The Memo is a digital career subscription platform that provides career readiness training for women of color to advance in their careers.